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Discover Scenic Lake Jocassee: Guided Kayak Tour or Stand-Up Paddleboard Class

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Lake Jocassee boasts some of the clearest and deepest water in South Carolina and is home to several endangered plant and animal species. Explore its secluded beaches, caves, and waterfalls or learn to stand up paddleboard with this deal:

• $94.99 ($180 value) for a four-hour guided waterfall kayak tour for two people
• $64.99 ($100 value) for a two-hour intro to stand-up paddleboarding class for one person
• $119.99 ($200 value) for a two-hour intro to stand-up paddleboarding class for two people
• All tours and classes led by CPR-, first aid-, and lifeguard-certified guides

"One of the best adventures I've ever had! THANKS! And thanks to Daniel for encouraging us to be adventurous!" - LivingSocial Member

The Beautiful Views of Lake Jocassee
More than 75 miles of shoreline surround this 7,000-acre reservoir. Glide across the cool, clean water that's the confluence of four rivers that flow from the Appalachian Mountains. One of the Palmetto State's true gems, this lake will give you an incomparable vantage point to some unforgettable landscapes during your tour or class.

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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 27, 2021

PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON September 30, 2016

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    161 Holcombe Circle, Salem, SC 29676
    864-334-8449 | get directions

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